There are very few firearms in the world as recognizable as those in the AK47 family.
With a POF-USA P-9X Rail System as an exoskeleton and a M.I.M.S. suppressor at the core of the design, the Coastal Guns 9mm upper receiver is not only functional, it is an absolute overachiever.
THE ARSENAL SLR 107CR AN SBR-READY 7.62X39 AK47 Text & Photos by Jeff W. Zimba Arsenal, Inc. has been well chronicled in the pages of Small Arms Review for almost six years reviewing their latest developments, including their long company history and their role today in building and importing the only original Bulgarian AK47 variants
In the last 10 years, very short AKs, or “Krinks” as they are often referred to, have gained massive popularity within the US shooting community.
Someone onced asked if there is a point where an AK style rifle is more than just another AK with a few more bells and whistles.
Arsenal Inc., located in Las Vegas, Nevada, has become a benchmark for quality manufactured AK variant firearms.
34 years later in 2005, the phrase “Most powerful handgun in the world” is a subjective one and is far from uncontested.
A market that not-so-long-ago was almost entirely specialty driven, has become a booming industry with new players entering the scene at an incredible rate.
When companies utilize the correct number of American-made parts, imported AK-style rifles can meet the legal definition of “sporting rifles”.
All AK47s are not created equal and it could not be more apparent than when you handle your first rifle manufactured by Arsenal, Inc. of Las Vegas, Neveda